The New Constitution - Living War Crimes
Documentary produced by JP and Julie Collins
From the Book of Ours newsletter:
We now know that the US Department Of Defense along with the World Health Organization, while partnering with other governments, bio-tech and pharmaceutical corporations are responsible for the deaths of so many people from the shots marketed as vaccines. We also know that the DOD is behind the omni-channel campaign that was so well organized, so consistent and maintained such continuity in the messaging, training and execution of the covid narrative and distribution of the shots.
Our latest video essay The New Constitution: Living War Crimes, goes into detail about who’s behind the genocide and how over the years, the legal underpinnings of Congressional legislation has created an end-run around the US Constitution.
The DOD has used the dismantling of Constitutional protections to place power into the hands of the Department of Health and Human Services. And the laws that have been put into place make it impossible to legally challenge that power.
A literal military coup of the US government and a war on its citizens has taken place under our noses. Although no bombs were dropped, no armed troops moved into our communities and no doors were kicked in, there has been a mass-killing of citizens all under the guise of a health emergency.
This is what we mean by the mundane because we don’t see the outward signs of war, death and destruction but it’s there and it’s being felt. Source notes PDF.
I watched the video today, because the producers sent me the link in their year-end newsletter. They drew from the work that Brook Jackson, Sasha Latypova and I have done, fitting it together with additional material to contextualize the story further.
It’s very well done.
I especially like the cold rage of the reporting tone, and the focal length they chose: not minutely detailed but also not superficial.
They’ve created an accessible, calm condemnation of war crimes and war criminals.
One minor correction: I have a philosophy degree from Penn State University, not the University of Pennsylvania. The two schools are frequently mis-identified because their names are so similar.